Case Study: Mint.com Grows Its Business Using Game Mechanics
January 26, 2012
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Mint.com wanted to increase traffic from new and returning users to its site as well as deepen engagement and exposure to monetized elements. By employing a suite of game mechanics — including challenges, progress bars, and alerts — more than 75% of Mint users now log in daily or more frequently. This case study explores how the money management website "gamified" consumer finances to create a stickier, more profitable website.
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